Creating habits can be a challenging task, especially for homeschooling families who are trying to balance education with the daily demands of life. However, with the right approach and mindset, it is possible to establish new habits and make them stick. In this blog post, we will be discussing how to create habits for homeschool families in 40 days, using the Lenten season as a guide. 

First and foremost, it's important to understand that creating new habits takes time and effort. According to research, it takes an average of 66 days to form a new habit. However, by using the 40 days of Lent as a guide, you can set a specific timeframe for creating new habits, and use the spiritual significance of the season to provide a sense of purpose and motivation. 

Step 1: Identify the habits you want to create Before you can create new habits, you need to know what habits you want to establish. This could be anything from incorporating daily devotions into your homeschooling routine, to setting aside dedicated time for physical exercise, or even something as simple as making sure to eat breakfast every morning. Once you have identified the habits you want to create, write them down and make them specific and measurable. 

Step 2: Create a plan of action Once you have identified the habits you want to create, you need to create a plan of action. This means determining the specific steps you need to take in order to establish the habit. For example, if you want to incorporate daily devotions into your homeschooling routine, your plan of action might include setting aside a specific time each day for devotions, finding a devotional resource that works for your family, and setting reminders to ensure that you stick to the habit. 

Step 3: Implement your plan Now that you have a plan of action, it's time to implement!

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